Earn cash throughout the Tremendous Bowl with these eight concepts

When I was a kid, I was a big reader. Sorry – I wanted to say "nerd".

I was a big nerd and didn't care about sports.

Still, I saw the Green Bay Packers play every Sunday because we did it in my house. I usually had an open book at the same time.

Because of this ritual, the sound of a soccer game on TV is cathartic to me. I'd rather turn on the NFL network than listen to an app with white noise when I want to do my job.

So I'm still turning on Super Bowl LIV. I enjoy the connection to the rest of the nation – while turning off a blog post and working through a novel.

If you're in the same boat, use the day to make extra money. Just take a break and watch the halftime show so you know what everyone's talking about on Facebook on Monday.

Try some of these ways to make extra money as your family or roommates gather around the TV this weekend.

8 Ways To Earn Money At The Super Bowl

1. Go to Lyft

If you haven't already signed up as a driver with LyftNow is a good time to do it.

As a Lyft driver, you can help Super Bowl party guests in your city get safely to where they're going and where they're from. No drunk driving or walking in the cold!

In addition, the higher demand before and after the game could mean a busy night and lots of money for you.

You keep part of everything you earn as a driver, plus 100% of your tips. High Lyft traffic means rush hours, which could mean more money for you.

Here is a link to apply to drive with Lyft,

2. List your place or spare room

Appearance. We understand it. Your home is your sanctuary. Your place to be alone. On some days, you don't even want to have your own family – let alone people you don't know.

So, the idea of ​​listing your place Airbnb is daunting for many people.

Use Airbnb price calculator to see how much money you can make in your area.

Tonya Peter's husband, Miles Rugh, was one of those skeptics.

She wanted to register her basement apartment in Virginia Village, Denver, Colorado, with Airbnb, but he didn't want to greet strangers in her place.

Finally, however, he agreed to give it a try. Now, three years later, the couple has taken in too many guests to be counted. And the extra income was great for her. They plan to use it for some of the renovations they want.

"He definitely changed his music," says Peters, now an Airbnb superhost. "And he loves to have the extra income."

(Hosting laws vary from city to city. Please note the rules and regulations that apply to your city and listing.)

3. Take photos

People wearing their favorite team's jersey and solemnly painted faces make for great photos.

Use the crowd of fans in your city to take some sincere photos you can take Sell ​​to stall photo websites,

You don't even have to give up your own fun to fill your photo archive. You can Sell ​​your smartphone photos through FoapSo don't worry about expensive equipment all afternoon. (Just keep your phone out of the toilet.)

Note: Building owners or managers reserve the right to ask you not to take photos on their property. Otherwise snap away and make sure you understand if you intended Model or property approval is required to use the photo,

4. Babysitting

Do you want to hang out with nerdy kids like me who don't want to watch the game?

Offer to take their parents' hands for the day.

Make the day of the game easier for families and friends by watching the little ones go out. You can earn $ 20- $ 40 and skip the noisy parties.

Check out a website like Care.com to make it easy for you to orientate yourself and check out before the game day other tips on how to become a babysitter

5. Take care of pets

Pick up Pet care or go for a walk with the dog to free football fans from the need to take care of pets when they are off.

If you don't find any pet sitting gigs on your network, continue DogVacay connect with pet owners in your area.

6. Promote freelance work

Holidays – including artificial holidays – are ideal for side hustlers. If you don't want to talk to your customers about football, your inbox and social media will likely be quiet on Super Bowl Sunday.

Use the radio silence to do your job.

If you are a freelance writer, Read these tips on how to land your first bylines, And sign up for it Free 7-day mini course Visit ProofreadAnywhere.com to learn how to become a professional proofreader.

Or choose a passion project. Working on a novel. Put the finishing touches on a painting. Format an eBook.

If you're just getting started in 2020, check out ours Guide to getting started as a freelancer,

7. Get the best gigs

If you don't have an account yet, create one at task Rabbit,

Here is the strategy for making money: Find appearances that you can complete quickly and that pay off for the time you spend.

With a lot of taskers likely to have the day off, Super Bowl Sunday could be a great opportunity to get some of the best gigs.

8th. Get $ 1,200 / year for your screen time

We've all been through that. Netflix booms in the background as you scroll Instagram. What are you doing

However, there is one website that pays you for the entire screen time.

Yes. Swagbucks You get free gift cards for taking surveys and other activities right on your phone.

We know what you think: you will probably only earn a few cents for your problems. However, we spoke to a Swagbucks user in Pennsylvania, 52-year-old Carolinda Hendrickson, who made $ 1,200 in one year.

And it's not a lot of time. Hendrickson takes her surveys the morning before her full-time job.

Even better? You will even Earn a $ 5 bonus If you register and earn 2,500 points within the first 60 days.

Dana Sitar ([email protected]) is a former brand content editor at The Penny Hoarder.

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